Title: Petals and Light
Photographer: Alissa Wilkinson
Description: "I was out wandering my neighborhood one day and ran across some lovely old blue bottles at an antique store in Park Slope. I bought some chrysanthemums at the local market, and lit some votives left over from my wedding, then arranged them all on my black marble kitchen island and started snapping pictures!"
This is a weekly celebration of photography and home with pics by our readers and friends (all info below)
Title: Yellow Morning Light, Seattle, WA
Photographer: Christina Kim
Description: "After pulling an all-nighter for work, this strip of light sneaking through the blinds was a truly soothing reward."
SUBURBIA- WHAT DOES THAT MEAN TO YOU?
NEW THEME FOR APRIL, MAY AND JUNE.
This year we are going to change themes more often. Our second theme is Suburbia. Drawing from this theme we hope you will submit more pictures for us to feature each Friday.
Here are the ground rules for 2008:
1. The title of of the picture must relate to the word "suburbia" (you may define that any way you like)
2. The picture should relate to the concept of home (you may define that any way you like)
This is our weekly celebration of ACCESSIBLE photography, which means beautiful artwork that you can actually hang on your wall tonight.
We're happy to be doing it again with our friends Marty Weiss and Allegra Wilde who are curating pics from Meter Gallery.
Reader submissions will be posted bi-weekly and Meter will be in between. That means it a full on amateur and professional show!
• Title (with "Light" in there somewhere)
• Location (wherever your home is)
• Your Name (linked to either your website or email if you desire)
• Short description (optional)
As it says above, we'd like to link to you and bring you lots of attention if you'd like it AND so that people could get a copy of your picture by purchase or share.
Submit your own "& Light" pic to newyork(at)apartmenttherapy.com, put "& Light" in the subject field and let people know how to get a copy!
You can sell them or give them away, we don't mind, just give us all the info and we'll put it in the post.
Check out our online partner Meter Gallery, where Meter's photos can be purchased.
Here's a crazy StumbleLoop that we made out of all the extras from last year:
Here are our previous exhibitions: